News Archive

2022

  • May

    Kindergarten How-To Writing

    Kindergarten students began a multi-faceted writing unit called ‘How-To’ writing, where the boys wrote about a topic/skill/activity that they could teach others.
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  • Second-Grade Math and Making T-Shirts

    Second-grade students started a t-shirt factory to reinforce some important math skills! With partners, the boys chose a company name, slogan, and logo and decorated their own t-shirts!
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  • Fourth-Grade Science Trout in the Classroom

    A few photos from the fourth-grade "Trout in the Classroom" experience including the extraordinary field trip to Pelton Pond in Upstate NY with Science Teacher, Mr. Warren.
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  • March

    Fourth-Grade Persuasive Writing AND Speaking

    All fourth-grade students began their recent persuasive writing unit by learning to define a thesis/claim, understand paragraph structure, and craft an engaging introduction and a powerful conclusion.
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  • February

    Winter Concerts - The Sound of Live Music - Live Stream Video

    Allen-Stevenson's Winter Concerts warmed our hearts with the beautiful sound of music! It was a great pleasure hearing the outstanding orchestral and choral performances by our students from Third Grade to Eighth Grade.
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  • January

    Kindergarten Bestseller Bookstore!

    Ms. Phillips’ Kindergarten bookstore was a delightful success! The boys were excited to celebrate completing a grade-level, in-depth writing unit by proudly sharing their imaginative stories with one another and with their grown-up visitors.
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  • Third-Grade Dive into US History

    Third-grade students began reading their first biography, "The Story of Abraham Lincoln," as they began their exploration of United States history. In this first nonfiction unit, the boys learned about Abe as the proud son of farmers who were determined, as one student stated, "to work with his mind, not his hands."
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  • The Caldecott Book Awards Allen-Stevenson's Choice!

    Last week, Allen-Stevenson students, K-3 took to the voting booths to cast their ballot for their favorite mock-Caldecott Book Award winner. Ms. Alegre, Lower Division Librarian, knows that our boys love books! With this in mind, she engaged students in a Mock-Caldecott Awards unit, which culminated in a book “election” complete with digital voting ballots, a private voting booth, and an “I Voted Today” sticker. 
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  • Kindergarten - Passionate Learners


    In Homeroom, Kindergarten students are given a variety of dynamic and engaging ways to develop their literacy and math skills.
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  • Hearts For Hearts

    Hearts for Hearts was first introduced to our Allen-Stevenson community in 2017 by a compassionate group of boys seeking to support victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the Carolinas. The effort was so successful that the making and selling of origami hearts to support a worthy cause has become a beloved student-driven tradition at the School.
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  • Invention Convention 2021

    Invention Convention 2021 was part of a decade-long Allen-Stevenson tradition promoting students’ problem-solving and creative thinking skills. This year’s theme was “magnets,” and it was inspiring to see how each student devised a unique and thoughtful way of integrating the theme. Equally inspiring was the boys’ joyful enthusiasm to explain the function and thought process behind their invention to each visitor.
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